Mar

22

Using School Discipline, Climate, and Safety Data to Drive Decision Making

In this webinar, hosted by American Institutes for Research, panelists demonstrate how school discipline, climate, and safety data can be leveraged to promote sustained funding. Emily Morgan, senior policy analyst at the CSG Justice Center, leads a discussion about school accountability requirements and best practices in data collection and application, and representatives from community exemplar sites in California and Georgia share their respective approaches to drive performance improvement and resource allocation.

Watch a recording of the webinar.

Past Event
March 22, 2016, 8:00 am

In this webinar, hosted by American Institutes for Research, panelists demonstrate how school discipline, climate, and safety data can be leveraged to promote sustained funding. Emily Morgan, senior policy analyst at the CSG Justice Center, leads a discussion about school accountability requirements and best practices in data collection and application, and representatives from community exemplar sites in California and Georgia share their respective approaches to drive performance improvement and resource allocation.

Watch a recording of the webinar.


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